A quick, fun read for fans of cozy mysteries.
Another excellent novel by Farmer. I love the characters in this series and appreciate their wit & intelligence. This one kept me captivated until the end. A fun read.
Love the series! Madeilne Bean joins oddball TV show staff and of course comes face to face with murdered. Based in Hollywood but good anyway!
L A has a wonderful cast of characters to choose from. Jerrilyn Farmer is a great story teller.
Another good Madeline Bean story!
Jerrilyn Farmer's Madeline Bean series is a breath of fresh air. Although Mad Bean and her friends are foodies (she runs a catering business in Hollywood), they aren't snobs and don't overdo the food stuff so much that it makes me feel bad (as some other authors do). The mysteries are fun, fresh, and enjoyable to read. This one is as good the others.
I have found a new mystery writer. She is great. The story kept moving at a good pace.
I enjoyed this book a lot! It is part of a series, but I hadn't read the previous books and had no problems enjoying this.
Very good book, very good series.
Madeline Bean, hip caterer and party planner in a murder meets Hollywood mystery
Madeline Bean is caterer who joins the staff of a game show but soon winds up investigating the missing head writer she is replacing.
A great cozy with interesting characters and a good plot! Well worth the read.
"People die every second of the day ... that's part of life. But how many times in the history of the world do we have a chance to create a game show as perfect as Food Freak?" â So speaks TV producer Artie Herman, as murder meets Hollywood when adorably hip caterer Madeline Bean joins the oddball staff of TV's hottest new culinary series. Bean, her event-planning business in a lull, gets a lucky break, filling in as a writer for a hot-hot-hot game show featuring a dishy celebrity chef and cookoff competitions with teams of amateurs. However, the show's on the brink of disaster, with the head writer missing and staffers quitting or disappearing weekly... until a secret room, a priceless packet of Kool-Aid, and a bubbling Cajun gumbo from hell bring Maddie face-to-face with a murderer.
Pepople die every second of the day - that's part of life. But how many time's in the history of the world do we have a chance to create a game show as perfect as Food Freak? Madeline Bean gets to find out in this screwball mystery.
Maddie Bean and her staff are all looking for part time employment during their slow season. Maddie is offered a job as writer for the hot new game show. The head writer can't be found and they need someone to take his place for one last show. Maddie is tickled pink to be working on a TV show, however the missing writer concerns her. And she soon finds out something isn't quite right at the show. So of course she has to do some snooping. A series of deaths all on a Wed night, the same night the snow airs are cause for her concern. She is hit over the head in her office, this after her office is trashed and of course she is using the missing writers office, so she is sure all this has to be connected. Lots of odd characters and inside info on TV producing.
Good book. When you put delicious food, handsome men and beautiful women together with murder and mystery, you've got to have a winner on your hands.